Bell & Ross BR 01-92  0 Comments


While this watch is no horological masterpiece, Bell & Ross has successfully developed this new range of large square sports watches (46 x46mm) in a variety of guises for the collector who wants something altogether different.
In brushed steel, Titanium, PVD Coated or Pink Gold - the current range of these watches are low production watches even though they are standard ETA ebauche for its three handed, power reserve, big date and chronograph pieces.
The case work is outstanding and the legibility is top notch.
Often the demand for this watch far outstrip supply - especially the PVD versions and
the limited Orange range. These watches are actually quite manly on the wrist even though they may look ridiculous on first glance off the wrist. Somehow on a good sized wrist the watch accentuates the forearm.
For the night out to town - spotting this watch is easy and its funky. Rumour has it that the PVD case production will be reduced or even cease for this range. The new additions will be 42x42mm coming out soon. Will that be even more successful?
Wait for it as it will be released quite soon.
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